Two Mount graduates were recently selected for the 2017 Forty Under 40 Class, published annually by the Cincinnati Business Courier. Chris P. Chirumbolo, '00, DPT, and Rosemary Oglesby-Henry '15, MSOL, each earned a spot on the list, along with a host of other industrious professionals.
In 2016, Chris Chirumbolo became the chief executive officer of Carespring Healthcare Management, a provider of post-acute care and clinical care at 12 locations in Greater Cincinnati. Prior to this leadership role, Chris spent more than 16 years as a physical therapist, serving residents and patients of Carespring in Cincinnati, Dayton, and Northern Kentucky. His experience at Carespring also includes stints as the chief operations officer and the executive vice president of rehabilitation services. In addition to earning his Master's of Physical Therapy degree at the Mount in 2000, Chris also earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Science at the Mount in 1999.
Rosemary Oglesby-Henry is the founder and CEO of Rosemary's Babies Co., a non-profit committed to helping teen parents master self-leadership. Prior to launching Rosemary's Babies Co., in 2013, Rosemary served as a leader in many fields where she managed and helped to develop people, including the United States Postal Service, Humana Insurance, and Life Learning Center. Rosemary is a recent graduate of the Mount's Master of Science in Organizational Leadership Program and also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies from the Mount.
The Office of Alumni Relations congratulates Chris and Rosemary on their achievements and this noteworthy recognition.